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'Gut' feeling: Taylor Swift puts '1989' on Apple Music

The artist says she decided to put her hit album on Apple's streaming service because it 'felt right.' Meanwhile, we get a peek at what it took to make the wallpaper for Windows 10.

Taylor Swift is getting back together with Apple.

The artist announced she is putting her hit album "1989" on the subscription streaming service. So why stream with Apple Music and not Spotify or Tidal? Because it feels right in the gut, she tweeted to her legion of followers. (And the fact that now she'll be paid more will help with that good-gut feeling.)

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